Ministry of General Affairs (Netherlands)
The Ministry of General Affairs (Dutch: Ministerie van Algemene Zaken; AZ) is the Dutch ministry responsible for Government policy, planning, information and the Dutch royal house. The Ministry was created in 1937 and dissolved in 1945, but in 1947 it was reinstated by Prime Minister Louis Beel. The Ministry remained small until 1967, when it was greatly expanded by Prime Minister Piet de Jong. Since his premiership the Ministry has continued to expand to the present day. The most important divisions of the Ministry of General Affairs are:
Ministry of General Affairs (Netherlands)
The Ministry of General Affairs (Dutch: Ministerie van Algemene Zaken; AZ) is the Dutch ministry responsible for Government policy, planning, information and the Dutch royal house. The Ministry was created in 1937 and dissolved in 1945, but in 1947 it was reinstated by Prime Minister Louis Beel. The Ministry remained small until 1967, when it was greatly expanded by Prime Minister Piet de Jong. Since his premiership the Ministry has continued to expand to the present day. The most important divisions of the Ministry of General Affairs are: